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Someone who likes the idea of having a tattoo should volunteer to
get themselves tattooed all over with graph paper squares. This
would probably require several sessions over a period of time, but
once complete the results would be amazing.
If the resulting Graphrique ever ran out of money they
people the right to colour in the squares.
like this over every square inch of a person's skin [xenzag, Jun 16 2016]
Not a grid, but holy jumpin Jehosephat!
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jun 19 2016]
[xenzag, Jul 14 2016]
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||No. After all, you've got to draw the line somewhere...
||Linear, log-linear or log-log?
||Perhaps someone, somewhere already has such a tattoo, but I doubt it. The ultra version would be a negative, with pale blue lines against a black inked background.
||I think tattooing is a bit wimpish. Better, shirley, to
slice someone horizontally and vertically with a set
of evenly-spaced razors (every tenth one rusty), to
allow geometric scarring. Quicker, too.
||Scarification is equally valid, but devoid of the colour
intensity of tattoos.
||// Perhaps someone, somewhere already has such a tattoo //
||before he started blocking in the pieces full colour
||How would you apply a square grid to the non-planar
surface of a human?
||see link for small example